What Does Does Accusatory Mean?


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Arlene Fernandes Profile
Accusatory is an adjective form of the word accusation. Accusatory denotes containing, pertaining to, implying or expressing an accusation; such as an 'accusatory tone'. Synonyms for accusatory include accusative, accusing and accusive.

Related terms include inculpative and inculpatory, meaning to 'cause blame to be imputed to'.
Accusation is a noun that means the act of accusing. It could also refer to the state of being accused. It often refers to a charge of wrongdoing made against someone or some other party. It could mean an assertion which states that a person is guilty of some fault or offence. The term is frequently used in law, meaning the act of or charging with a crime or lighter offence; accusing. It could refer to that of which a person is accused; or the charge of a particular offence or crime. It could also be the declaration which contains the charge.
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Ambreen Misbah answered
Accusatory, the adjective form of the word accusation, first used in the fourteenth century, means containing or expression accusation. For example, an accusatory look.
Cheryl Regina Villanueva Profile
In a layman's jargon, the word "accusatory" denotes word uttered or gestures leading to a belief that a person is guilty of something, as the case may be.

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